With many western states experiencing moderate to exceptional drought, the 2021 wildfire season is already off to a blazing start with 2.7 million acres burned throughout the west. There are currently 105 active fires across 12 states. Only five of which are contained.
The Dixie Fire in northern California has merged with a smaller fire and is now the largest burning in the state, threatening thousands of homes and other structures in Butte and Plumas Counties. The blaze has incinerated 190,000 acres and is about 21% contained.
Our goal is to provide critical goods to the right people at the right time during all phases of a disaster. The Good360 disaster team is working hard to mitigate waste and inefficiencies while assisting victims of these wildfires to return to a normal life. We can amplify every dollar contributed by a minimum factor of 10, meaning that for every $10 donated, we can distribute at least $100 in needed goods.
Support Good360 with funding to help cover storage and shipping of donated items. This will ensure an efficient and effective response.
If your organization is in need of products for wildfire response and prevention, please complete this brief form so we can determine how to best respond to your needs.
The 2020 west coast wildfire season covered over 9.5 million acres, making it the 2nd worst wildfire season in the past 10 years. In California, over 10,000 structures were burned or destroyed by wildfires. Colorado experienced the three largest wildfires in their state’s history.
The 2019 California wildfire season covered over 250,000 acres burning or damaging 732 structures across the state. Many residents are still recovering despite a new season beginning now.
The 2018 California wildfire season claimed over 90 lives and burned over 250,000 acres across the state. In total, 14,000 homes were damaged or destroyed by the raging fires that burned for over two months.